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Using Stand-Up Comedy Secrets
to “Funny Up” Your Presentations

Judy CarterGuest Expert:

Judy Carter
(About Judy)

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The Program:

There’s an old adage in the speaking world that speakers who make their audiences laugh have lifelong business security. Even if your presentations are content-dense, you’ll win more hearts, minds—and business—if you can get your audience laughing.

But what if you aren’t naturally a funny person? What if you think your audience will think you are “fluffy” if you add humor? What if you have already added all the funny stories you know?

Whether you dream of becoming a funnier speaker or you just want people not falling asleep when you speak, you CAN learn to leave them laughing!

Judy reveals the trade secrets of stand-up comics so even the most humor-impaired speaker can become a laugh riot.

You will learn how to:

  • make your audiences love you in 17 seconds
  • apply specific comedy formulas to pump up your “funny”
  • make any subject funny (even the most boring)
  • get laughs throughout your stories, not just at the end
  • turn your problems into punch lines

More about our guest expert:

Making speakers funny is Judy Carter’s specialty. Judy has been a comedy coach to NSA past presidents, CEOs, and even US Senators. As a comic and speaker herself, she has shared the stage with America’s top comedians, including Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno, and Robin Williams. Her books—The Comedy Bible (Simon and Schuster) and Standup Comedy: The Book (Random House)—have launched comedy careers worldwide and received praise from Oprah Winfrey, who said, “Judy Carter can show you how to make your sense of humor pay off.”

Judy’s new book, The Speaker’s Bible: Create a Career Out of the Message of You, will be published by St. Martins Press in 2013. Her website is full of free comedy tips.


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